Adele went on her first Instagram Live over the weekend and it was absolutely glorious.
The British singer responded to questions for 45 minutes, where she played a snippet of her upcoming single 'Easy On Me', yelled at her dogs to stop barking and struggled with working the livestream.
But what was amazing was her answering the internet's most bizarre queries and some of them were truly hilarious.
One of the questions was whether she was going to collaborate with icon Peppa Pig, to which the Grammy Award-winner emphatically said 'no'.
It was one of the stranger questions Adele received and while some artists might have just skipped over it because it's so weird, the loveable Adele took it upon herself to say something.
People were absolutely floored that she would bother to answer it and some are devastated that we'll never get those two legends in the studio together.
She also revealed she definitely supports the #FreeBritney movement, is a big fan of Lady Gaga and Taylor Swift, and cannot wait until Beyoncé drops her new album.
Adele apologised and shut down a fan's request to be legally adopted by the singer, she also said she far prefers Eastenders over Coronation Street, is a big fan of a chicken korma when she's ordering Indian food and her favourite crisp is a Prawn Cocktail Walkers.
She told her followers that she chooses medium spice when she goes to Nando's and she loves an Aperol Spritz.
Someone also very cheekily asked what's her 'body count', which means how many people you've slept with.
She didn't understand the question so she quickly moved on.
Adele, who is from London - where she is also said to own an £11 million Kensington mansion - explained moving across the Atlantic was partly down to the quality of life that LA gave her, but that it also came down to money.
"Most of my life is in a car or inside a building," she said. "I wanted fresh air and somewhere I could see the sky. Also, once I had Angelo, in England if you haven't got a plan with a young child and it's raining, you're f****d.
"And the kind of house I have in LA I could never afford in London. Ever."
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